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When draining water overflows out of drain in wall?

Wen the spin cycle goes on and the washer begins to drain it pumps the water out but, it overflows out of the drain in the wall. I have adjusted the hose to different depths but, it seems to be back up in the wall. Is there a simple solution?

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    blueextc3221 May 11, 2010

    You'll have to snake out the drain - there is probably a lint blockage in the trap.

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Pick up a drain auger at your local hardware store or plumbing supply house. A general-purpose hand-operated one isn't expensive. Run it down the drain and it should clear out the clog that is causing the backup. It's likely just lint that's builtup, unless someone is missing a sock.

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